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The company has spent years developing a tobacco-free product that so closely mimics traditional chewing tobacco in look, flavor, and feel, that even tobacco farmers have been fooled. The company understands the importance of an authentic replacement for long-term tobacco users, and they have paid attention to every detail. Fourthly, the approximation of Member States' legislations on Tobacco Vending Machines (TVM) was considered in the impact assessment process and public consultation. This policy area was discarded given subsidiarity concerns and taking into account the already good progress in this area following the Council Recommendation 2003/54 and the FCTC Harm reduction is usually used as an umbrella term to define interventions, programmes and policies that seek to reduce the health, social and economic harms of substance use to individuals, communities and societies. But definitions of harm
Chewing tobacco – a smokeless tobacco product exclusively designed for the purpose of chewing. Cigar – a roll of tobacco consumed via a combustion process and further defined in Article 4(1) of Council Directive 2011/64/EU of 21 June 2011 on the structure and rates of excise duty applied to manufactured tobacco. Harm reduction applied to substance use, such as injecting, is a form of secondary prevention. Harm reduction aims to prevent the consequence of drug use, that is, to reduce the burden of disease and improve the health of the population (Lenton and A traditional, medicinal and sacred plant to native culture. The traditional chewing of coca leaves dates back at least 3,000 years, possibly longer. The leaves of the coca plant are illegal in the US ( technically, one could import a leaf-less plant or seeds to a high- altitude USA propagation location).